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paramagnetic

[¦par·ə·mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Exhibiting paramagnetism.
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5+] centres in the heteropolyacid anion, which means that the distance between the neighbouring paramagnetic centres is larger than 2.
Paramagnetic minerals have a low magnetic susceptibility and a weak response to a magnetic field.
The difference is that whereas the ferromagnetic minerals can be separated using a standard hand magnet, ferrimagnetic and paramagnetic minerals will respond only to very strong magnetic fields such as those produced in a Franz Magnetic Separator or from very strong hand magnets made of rare earth elements such as neodymium.
Measurement techniques include flame ionization, catalytic combustion, infrared, photoionization, mass spectrometry, capacitive, coulometric, electrochemical, electrolytic, gas chromatography, impedance, infrared, paramagnetic, pressure measurements semiconductor and thermal conductivity.
Medical Gas standard USP37 was released earlier this year, and it requires a specific, selective and positive identification test using a paramagnetic signal.
The company offers products such as QL Care Analyzer, immunoassay tests, and paramagnetic beads.
Among his topics are neutron refractive index in materials and fields, the magnetic scatter of neutrons in paramagnetic materials, diffractive X-ray and neutron optics, neutron and X-ray optics in general relativity and cosmology, and neutron and charged particle magnetic optics.
As well as producing specific sets of antibody-coated paramagnetic particles for separating targeted microorganisms, the company also offers a highly respected consultancy and custom coating service.
0001) with the free radical 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) scavenging in epidermis, as assessed by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy.
In the current online edition of Nature Chemistry, Christopher Jaroniec, associate professor of chemistry at Ohio State University, and his colleagues describe a new solid state NMR method that uses paramagnetic tags to help visualize the shape of protein molecules.
Contributors representing a wide array of specialties and countries consider such topics as electron paramagnetic resonance oximetry and redoximetry, structural and functional changes in the insulin molecule produced by oxidative stress, multiphoton redox action imaging for metabolic monitoring in vivo, analyzing antioxidant activities in vegetable oils and fat-soluble vitamins and biofactors, antioxidant activity of biotransformed sex hormones facilitated by Bacillus stearothermophilus, purifying adenoviral vectors using high-performance liquid chromatography, and drawing conclusions when study results vary.
Researchers can detect this signal with electronic paramagnetic resonance, which relies on electromagnetic waves hitting the tooth and interacting with the unpaired electrons.